posted on Mar, 27 2019 @ 02:26 PM
a reply to: alldaylong
Well see, that was a different time where they used what they had and they had traditions and cultural ways. That was then.
Today, they do have marked boundaries around the reservations they were made to live on, but aside from all that - they do mark their territory today
and they have their own police that keep an eye on their boundaries. They don't need to have a wall or armed guards as no one is trying to get into
Many Native Nations have their own government and own tax system, entire operating society within the country of Canada. They are huge successes. But
one doesn't just walk in, buy a house and start living there. Many are starting to weed out anyone that is not Indigeous. Ie: if a mixed couple moves
onto the reservation and the Indigenous person passes away, many reservations are asking the non Indigenous person to move out of Indigenous property.
Here's a article that is of interest:
There was the Canadian Oka Crisis which was a fight over land. Very interesting.
The Oka Crisis (French: Crise d'Oka) was a land dispute between a group of Mohawk people and the town of Oka, Quebec, Canada, which began on July 11,
1990, and lasted 78 days until September 26, 1990 with two fatalities
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